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Info On Where To Obtain U2 Tickets in NZ

Important Information for Purchasing U2 Tickets for Ericsson Stadium this Monday 12th December at 9am

Following is information for purchasing U2 tickets for Ericsson Stadium:

Tickets go on-sale Monday 12th December at 9AM.

The methods of Ticketmaster distribution will be:

Internet: www.ticketmaster.co.nz

Potential purchasers are encouraged to visit www.ticketmaster.co.nz and

join Ticketmaster Advantage in advance of Monday's on-sale. This will make

purchasing easier as their details will already be registered.

Phones: 0800 111 999

Outlets:

Following are the Ticketmaster retail outlet locations where U2 tickets

may be purchased. Note that tickets to this second and final U2 concert will

not be available at New Zealand Post Shops.

Auckland Real Groovy -- 438 Queen Street, Auckland City

Eden Park -- Gate Three, Walters Road, Kingsland

Rebel Sport -- Albany, Albany Mega Centre, Don McKinnon

Drive

Rebel Sport -- Atrium, 11 Elliot Street, Auckland City

Rebel Sport -- Botany Town Centre, Unit A02, Chapel Road

Rebel Sport -- Henderson, Waitake Plaza Complex,

Vitasovich Ave

Rebel Sport -- Manukau, Manukau Supa Centre, Cnr

Cavendish & Lambie Drives

Rebel Sport -- Panmure, 54 Mt Wellington Highway

Wellington Real Groovy -- 250 Cuba Street

Rebel Sport -- James Smith Corner, Cnr Cuba & Manners

Streets

Rebel Sport -- Lower Hutt, 31-33 Queens Drive

Christchurch Real Groovy -- 179 Tuam Street

Dunedin Real Groovy -- 59 Great king Street

Tauranga Rebel Sport -- 63-65 Chapel Street

Rotorua Rebel Sport -- 15 Victoria Street

Hamilton Waikato Stadium -- Gate One, Tristram Street

"We expect tremendous consumer demand for U2 tickets and we have added

several new locations to Ticketmaster's outlet network and increased phone

capacity in anticipation of Monday's on-sale. Similar to the first concert,

we expect a large amount of purchases via the internet" said Chris Forbes,

National Marketing Manager, Ticketmaster.

Michael Coppel Presents has reduced the ticket limit per purchaser from

8 tickets to 4 tickets for this second concert on-sale. This will allow more

opportunities for purchasers. It may also create a longer selling phase when

compared with the previous on-sale.

Ticketmaster -- Sell more tickets, better (1)Ticketmaster's policy is to

not enter into binding contracts/agreements, or vary the terms of existing

contracts/agreements, via the exchange of e-mail.(2)Except for this

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SOURCE Ticketmaster

Web site: http://www.ticketmaster.co.nz

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